By Okafor Ofiebor /Port Harcourt
This is sequel to motion brought by an aggrieved members, Ibeawuchi Ernest Alex & 4 others against Prince Uche Secondus and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Justice Gbasam also upheld the prayers of the aggrieved PDP members to restrain, suspend, Secondus from attending, conveying PDP meetings in his capacity as National chairman or member of the party.
Speaking to journalists outside the courtroom, Geoffrey Uwalaka, Counsel to Uche Secondus expressed dissatisfaction against the ruling, noting that his client will appeal the judgement.
“I am not surprise at the ruling, I didn’t expect less from the ruling because the way and manner the sitting was commence, we tried to bring to the attention of the court as the provisions of the law were not complied with as regards to the issuance of the originating summons; they were not complied with, as such the court doesn’t have the jurisdiction to proceed with that matter, but the Court went ahead without listening to our complains.
”The tune of the ruling said that our client has been suspended, like I said that is not the whole truth, we will meet at appeal. As I speak to you, we have compiled our appeal, we are going on appeal.”
On his part, Uwosuegbe Eze, Counsel to the Plaintiffs, stated that the judgement has upheld the suspension of Secondus and that all action from today onward is null and void as he cannot perform any functions.
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